LnBlog - Now on GitHub

Just as an FYI, since I haven't really been religious about updating the documentation, LnBlog is still alive and well and is now on GitHub.  You can find it here.

For years I hosted LnBlog on my personal Mercurial server running my own bug tracker for project management (first MantisBT, then The Bug Genie).  However, as I wrote in my regular blog, Mercurial has lost the DVCS war and I'm tired of having to manage and administer a bug tracker, so I've switched LnBlog to Git and moved the project management to GitHub.  Of course, I still run a private Git server, because I'm paranoid and I don't want to be totally dependent on a third-party, but I don't want to manage the public-facing stuff anymore.

On the up side, this will also make LnBlog more visible and make it more convenient for anyone who is interested to follow development.

And speaking of following development, I've added an awful lot of stuff since the last official release.  This includes some security enhancements, post auto-save, WYSIWYG editor enhancements (including mobile support), a responsive layout, and actual pagination.  All that stuff will go into the next release, but you can always clone the master branch if you want to try it out now.

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